TABLELANDS HOUSE OF THE WEEK
4 BED | 1 BATH | 2420 ACRES
- Bevendale Road, 40km west of Crookwell
- Agency: Landmark Harcourts Goulburn/Crookwell, Peter Reardon 0413 263 666
- Auction: Details to be announced
“Abbeyville boasts a magnificent colonial brick homestead with surrounding verandah and all of the heritage charm of yesteryear,” says agent Peter Reardon.
The attractive garden surrounds and tennis court overlook the picturesque Lachlan River and farming flats with a scattering of large majestic river red gums.
At 2420 acres “It is one of the largest viable grazing properties to become available in the region in recent times” Mr Reardon adds.
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“Abbeyville is a substantial high-producing grazing holding in the reliable Southern Tablelands, comprising alluvial river flats, to undulating basalt, shale and granite soil types.”
The opportunity is yours to farm or graze. The property has supported a beef cattle, a merino wool and a lamb operation in recent years.
“Water is abundant, with over four kilometres of dual frontage to the Lachlan River, 3.5 kilometres to the Grabben Gullen Creek, plus one kilometre to Lampton Creek. There is also good water from dams and springs.”
The homestead is a magnificent colonial style double brick residence being built in 1900. It includes many original features such as timber joinery, hardwood floors, high ceilings and marble fire place surround. There are four bedrooms, lounge room, dining room, family room, spacious eat-in kitchen, bathroom and laundry. The family room opens onto the wide verandahs and overlooks the clay tennis court and garden surrounds.
Working improvements include a large shearing shed, sheep yards, cattle yards, a hay/machinery shed and shearers’ quarters.
Located 72km from Goulburn, 40km west of Crookwell and 267 from Sydney, the property is for genuine sale by forthcoming auction.